Thursday, February 7, 2013

Spring in the Sun Room



                                                           Hello everyone,
            Although our temperatures are a long way from spring-I have brought a little bit of spring into our sun room.
             When we went to the grocery store to stock up on some necessities before we get hit with another storm coming on Saturday I spied these beauties sitting in a cart just marked down to $1 for each pot.
                             So while hubby scooted around the store picking up necessities I dawdled around the flower shop!
                                                        Such pretty spring colors!
                                              White with a bit of blush pink hyacinths.
                                               Pink baby's breath and hyacinths.
                             Yep! That is frost on the sunroom window.The sun wasn't out as much today so the room gets chilly unless I leave the door open. So, I took these babies back inside until the morning when the sun is supposed to be shining. In February you can notice some heat in the sun again.
                     



            Oh! so pretty and a little breath of spring on a cold winter day. The good part is once they are done blooming I will let then dry out in the basement and plant them in the garden in the fall for more spring blooms next year and the next..... I think I will get my monies worth from these babies-don't you!

I am joining My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday
and
The Rose Garden in Malevik for Show-Off Saturday.

Thank you for your visit and hope you have a wonderful weekend.
Carolyn

32 comments:

Phyllis @Around the House said...

wow those flowers are the most beautiful colors...there are so many of them and you have photographed them perfectly...

Penny Phillips said...

There may be frost outside, but it is spring in your sun room! Hugs, Penny

Sewconsult said...

What a beautiful setting for the coming of the snow of the century!

Deb said...

This was beautiful to look at. I am so longing for Spring flowers. We are getting ready for another snow storm tomorrow. I truly am getting very bored with winter. Thanks for the little lift tonight. Hugs, Deb

Bernideen said...

the smell must be heavenly! Just gorgeous!

Nell at njschout said...

Wow, Carolyn, I think you got your money's worth in that one!

A Garden of Threads said...

So pretty, I can smell them from here. We are getting that blast of winter you expect on Saturday. Take care and hope the storm is not too bad. Jen

Gee Singh Newbanks said...

I need a smell app. for my laptop. I bet the smell was wonderful in there...
Thanks so much for the influx of Spring. I saw the dogwoods on my block starting to bloom when I was walking this morning.
Do stay warm and safe.
Hugs, Gee

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

You'd never know you have a snow storm coming by the looks of your sunroom, Carolyn! How beautiful all the flowers look together. I couldn't decide which color tulips to get when I was at the grocery store the other day so I wound up not getting any. I may just have to splurge and get two bunches!

Pamela Gordon said...

The sunroom looks very pretty Carolyn and I know it's bitterly cold there right now and a nor'easter is on the way too. Stay cozy on the weekend. Blessings, Pamela (I'm in Alberta far away from the storm:) )

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I love the spring in the sunroom! I would love to have a place to go like that right now. You did a lovely job with it :)

Fröken Tindra said...

I can just say... Wow!!! So very beautiful in your sunroom! The colours... Just lovely! You made my day today!
Best wishes!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Stunning.

Bella said...

Hi Carolyn,
What a great deal on the blooms, I guess that is a good thing about the storm!! The ice on the windows is amazing. Stay warm!
Hugs,
Bella

Aszka9 said...

Cudownie :):):)
Pozdrawiam

Szara Sowa said...

Your spring Sun Room is wonderful!

Janneke said...

Your sun room is full of spring, I love the combination with the pink baby's breath, it looks all so romantic. A lovely place to be dreaming of spring and summer when it's cold and stormy outside.

Amber Bramlett said...

Your blogs are always so inspiring to me! Thanks for sharing the great photos of the flowers.

A Romantic Porch said...

Oh my goodness Carolyn, I absolutely sighed when I saw the beauty here this morning.
Have a wonderful day.
xo rachel

PlantWerkZ said...

Wow! such wonderful design. You shot some awesome shots. This evening so nice. Thank you for sharing wonderful flowers. Red Maple Tree

Susan said...

Oh wow, Carolyn. What a stroke of luck to find hyacinths and daffodils in the super at this time of year.

We are expecting a big storm tonight.

Loved seeing your touch of spring on the sun porch. Lovely! Susan

Jeanne said...

How beautiful and lovely indeed.
I love the thoughts of spring coming sooner each day............Gorgeous spring flowers.

Love Jeanne

Jeanne said...

How beautiful and lovely indeed.
I love the thoughts of spring coming sooner each day............Gorgeous spring flowers.

Love Jeanne

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Nails Beautiqued said...

Your room is so cozy and romantic :)

Madelief said...

Dear Carolyn,

Such a joyful post. The thought of spring always makes me happy. It's still cold in Holland, but I hope we have seen the last snow by now.

I enjoyed your trip to Avonlea village. Hope I will be able to see it myself one day.

Have a lovely weekend!

Madelief x

Egretta Wells blog said...

It may be cold and wintery outside, but inside your sun room it is a Spring garden. Lovely!

Linda said...

Hi Carolyn,
Your post is delightful while the weather is frightful. Wonder what we're in for this weekend. The forecast makes me nervous. We, too, are in for a storm on Saturday. Just hope we don't lose electricity. Batten down the hatches and keep cozy!
Hugs,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

janice15 said...

The sun room looks great...I just recently picked up some hyacinths bulbs as well but in water and they are just sprouting out...Your room just looks so cozy...Happy weekend with love Janice

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Marie Atkinson said...

Beautiful! Even though its no where near as blustery here as it is there I'm loving that spring feeling in your sun room!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

So pretty! A perfect spot for a winter day. Love the pink babies breath!